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Month: August 2017

Beautiful weather continues

TODAY: A few clouds will pick up throughout the afternoon. It will be a warm day with highs in the lower 80s. Winds will stay under 8 mph from the northeast. TONIGHT: High clouds ahead of Tropical Storm Harvey will increase through the evening from the southeast. Our northwestern counties will see mostly clear skies

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Labor Day weekend forecast

This weekend is shaping up to be the perfect ‘unofficial’ end to summer. Clouds will be increasing through Thursday afternoon, but beyond that we will see decreasing cloud coverage as we head into the weekend. Starting the holiday weekend off, Friday night will be mild with mostly clear skies. Through the early evening, we will

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Lincoln University dorm rents AC unit

Officials with Lincoln University in Jefferson City are combating an issue with the air conditioning in one of their dorms. Dawson Hall’s air conditioning has been experiencing intermittent outages. Facilities staff have just been repairing it, but they will now replace the full system over the winter months. A rental unit is currently helping to

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State Auditor contests removal of whistleblower protections, proposes counter legislation

State Auditor Nicole Galloway today reaffirmed her intention to protect a public employee’s ability to call out wrongdoing in the workplace. Galloway says a section of Senate Bill 43, which took effect on Monday, removes protections that allow public employees to report misuse of tax money. Galloway proposed a legislative solution, the Public Employee Whistleblower

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Harvey update- Tuesday evening

At 400 PM CDT (2100 UTC), the center of Tropical Storm Harvey wasestimated from data from an Air Force reconnaissance plane nearlatitude 29.2 North, longitude 94.3 West. Harvey is moving towardthe north-northeast near 6 mph (9 km/h), and this general motion isexpected to continue tonight and tomorrow. On the forecast track,the broad circulation center of

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